Welcome to the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy

The Mississippi Board of Pharmacy was established by legislative action in 1920. The mission of the Board is to protect and promote the health of Mississippi citizens by regulating and controlling the practice of pharmacy and the distribution of prescription drugs and devices. Our Board is comprised of seven pharmacist members, all appointed by the Governor. They are assisted by administrative staff headed by an Executive Director appointed by the Board. 

NEWS AND EVENTS 

Pharmacy Technician Certification 2021 | 2/11/2021





Pharmacy Technician Verification | 11/17/2020

Please note: 
A Pharmacy Technician's application status can be tracked via the Licensing Gateway by the employer. Log in to the Gateway and access the facility record and view the employee's status. 

Criminal Background Processing Change | 9/24/2020

For application purposes, you must request a standard FBI fingerprint card, form No. FD-258 used by the FBI for noncriminal fingerprinting from the Mississippi Board of Pharmacy. ​No other cards will be accepted. All completed cards must be mailed directly to:

Mississippi Department of Public Safety
Criminal Information Center
Applicant Processing
PO Box 958
Jackson, MS 39205-0958

Amending or Creating a New Regulation | 8/3/2020

Curious about how regulations are amended or created? Check out this diagram!





News from the DEA | 7/21/2020

DEA has eliminated paper registration and renewal notifications and moving toward the ONLINE registration and renewal process.  Paper notifications will no longer be mailed.  Therefore, it is imperative that DEA has the correct email address of the registrant or their designated point of contact.  Registrants without email addresses will be contacted by DEA personnel in order to update the notification database.  Registrants may also directly contact Registration Support Specialists, Julie (571) 362-4890 or Connie (571) 362-4891) who handle the states of Louisiana, Arkansas, Alabama and Mississippi.  Additional information can be found on the DEA website: www.DEAdiversion.usdoj.gov, Registration Support.​

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